Create a patient-focused digital brochure that discusses the disease in a way that the patient can understand.
Topic: hemolytic anemia create a patient-focused digital brochure that discusses the disease in a way that the patient can understand. The information in the brochure must be written simply and geared towards patient learning and understanding. References are to be included with the submitted document on a separate sheet and there should be no citations within this document. You may create your digital brochure using the following applications: PowerPoint, word, or google docs. Please see the grading rubric below for the guidelines of the brochure. After completing this assignment. you will complete a survey and answer 5 questions rating how well your fellow group members were prepared and participated in the assignment. Outcome Description of criterion Content: 1. Disease description 2. Epidemiology of disease (prevalence, incidence, mortality, morbidity) 3. Common causes ( list no more than 5) 4. Risk factors (most common; no more than 5) 5. Clinical manifestations (most common; no more than 5) 6. Diagnostic Test Results (lab test results or radiographic test results that confirm the diagnosis) 7. All information supported by current literature (must include a reference list on separate sheet) Professional Includes no fewer than 7 requirements Outcome Health Promotion and Management 1. Health Promotion (How to prevent the disease from occurring) 2. Disease Management ( Identify no more than 3 common ways the disease is managed and/or treated interventions) 3. Health Education (Provide 3 detailed patient teachings- different from disease prevention) Professional Includes no fewer than 3 requirements – Health Promotion – Disease Management (3 nursing interventions) – Health Education (3 patient teachings) Outcome Presentation 1. Brochure visual appeal 2. Research-based sources Professional Includes no fewer than 2 requirements Imaginative; original (no harsh, contrasting, or overly bright colors that make visualization difficult; absolutely no formatting errors, contains a few images; font is visible without being overly large or too small, no grammar or spelling mistakes) Used at least 2